50th Anniversary of the Wills Eye Glaucoma Service
The William and Ann Goldberg Glaucoma Service and Research Laboratories of Wills Eye is one the largest programs dedicated to glaucoma in the country. The service provides personalized, high-quality care while leading research efforts and teaching the next generation of glaucoma specialists. Patients from all walks of life and virtually all parts of the world come to the Glaucoma Service for consultation. The 2013 Wills Eye Ball, held on October 19th, celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the Glaucoma Service.
To view the Glaucoma 50th Celebration video “About George Spaeth,” click here.
The view the Glaucoma 50th Celebration video at the 2013 Wills Eye Ball, click here.
To view the 2013 Wills Eye Ball – 50th Anniversary of the Glaucoma Service Program Book, click here.
Ann and George L. Spaeth, M.D. Glaucoma Fund
Funds raised by the 2013 Wills Eye Ball benefitted the Ann and George L. Spaeth, M.D. Glaucoma Fund, established in recognition of the Spaeths’ distinguished leadership at Wills Eye Hospital and in the community. The fund advances clinical and translational research that will yield improved and new treatment options for people with glaucoma. The fund fosters research performed by faculty and fellows in the Wills Eye Glaucoma Service and by Wills Eye residents interested in the subspecialty of glaucoma.It also will sponsor former glaucoma fellows returning to Wills as guest speakers for annual clinical updates and support community education and outreach activities. Gifts to the fund help sustain our efforts to prevent blindness and improve sight for countless individuals who come to Wills from around the world.